The Wimp in the White House



Trump likes to project he is strong

But the fact is this image is wrong.

When the people protested too near

The White House, he trembled in fear.

And timidly said he’d spelunker

Far down in the depths  of his bunker.

Where he stayed for awhile that night

Safe, secure, and for sure out of sight.






Filed under: Leadership void


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  • Trump has tried to patiently explain to you that he was not hiding in the bunker that day. He was inspecting it. I'm sure he regularly inspects rooms in the White House, including kitchens, broom closets, utility rooms, staff toilets, etc. He just decided that day, when demonstrators were shouting at him from Lafayette Park, to inspect the bunker. Sounds to me like the sort of thing a strong, fearless leader would do.

  • Part of me is waiting for him to start asking to be called Fearless Leader. I don't suppose he can remember watching Bullwinkle cartoons and the sheer stupidity of Boris Badenov's boss, Fearless Leader. Meanwhile, hiding out of sight sounds good to me in his case.

  • In reply to Margaret H. Laing:

    Hiding in the bunker reminds me of some other fuehrer, but unlike that one, he emerged from the bunker to do something that both Daffy Duck and Joe Biden called despicable.

  • In reply to jack:

    You too are misjudging Trump. When he emerged from the Bunker after the inspection, it was to survey the field of his glorious victory, just as the Duke of Wellington surveyed the battlefield at Waterloo. Under his leadership, his valiant band of brothers and sisters had repulsed the hoard of sign-brandishing demons with terrifying facemasks. Thus it was also totally appropriate for him to waive the Bible at this point to show that he had liberated St. John's Church for Jesus and the evangelicals.

  • In reply to jnorto:

    And later in the Situation Room he addressed his valiant band, chortling with joy, "O frabjous day! Callooh, Callay!"

    Then stood in uffish thought.

  • In reply to Aquinas wired:

    Equating Donald Trump to any character in Lewis Carroll denigrates the high office of the President. In fact, if one ignores Article III of the Constitution and Title 18 of the United States Code, one could call it treason!

  • In reply to Aquinas wired:

    Jabberwocky made more sense than OPD's comments about George Floyd looking down favorably on the jobless report, to which I was referring.

  • In reply to jnorto:

    Also. the BLM painted on Pennsylvania Ave., to the chagrin of several at least former posters on an Alzheimer patient's blog to which you tried to refer me.

    Maybe the more apt reference would be to Napoleon's survey, or General Paulus some time before the end of the Battle of Stalingrad.

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